Building the Future from the Past

In the October 2021 edition, Guy D'Astolfo reports on the future of the TownCentre at Firestone Farms and the $10M project that will see the site double. Also in this edition, Columbiana County manufacturing is still vibrant, business in East Liverpool sees and uptick, and the Valley's pizza chains maintain quality despite hardship.

October 2021 Issue

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The Take Out Offers ‘Southern Soul Cuisine’ to Go

Salem Shop Helps Students Reach for the Stars

Building TownCentre’s Future from Its Past

For Breast Cancer Survivors, Support Is Crucial

Lordstown Motors CEO: Foxconn Means More Jobs

Work-Based Learning Aids Students and Employers

New Movie Is a ‘Love Letter’ to Youngstown

Vet Tech Career Offers Flexibility, Security

Journal Opinion: 126 Million Reasons to Celebrate

Manufacturing Still Vibrant in Columbiana County

East Liverpool Sees Uptick in Business

Turning Up the Heat on Pizza Tradition

What Does It Take for Sharks to Bite?

WRTA Gives Valley a Lift for 50 Years

To Be a Good Leader, You Must Be a Good Coach – Schiraldi

Nothing ‘Bundt’ Faith: Texas Couple Follows Dream of Opening Bakery

‘We See Tomorrow’ Raises Record $126 Million

YSU Women Bowlers Roll at Holiday Bowl

Warren Express Connects to Jobs on 422

County Land Bank Demolishes Blighted Properties

Commentary: I’m from Here, Too

East Palestine High School 50+1 Reunion

Imaging Tools Help to Detect Breast Cancer Early

Brewpub to Open in Firestone Homestead Barn

Youngstown Press Club Honors Zerbonia, His Entrepreneurial Vision

Father Zona?

New ‘Ohio to Work’ Program Unifies Valley’s Job Development Efforts

Innovation Is Great – If You Can Sell It